It depends on what type of person you are. If you only focus on sports and just barely pass your classes, then no, it wont help your test scores. But if you give just as much if not more effort in school as you do sports then yes it might help. Also being in sports gives less "free time", and most of that "free time" will be spent on school work.
yes athletic and not fat will help them in school
You concentrate a lot in sports. You can use all that concentration and use it for school.
Get atleast a 4.0, take honors and AP classes, and do sports. Try to get into varsity teams, and do a lot of community service hours. SAT scores are about 2400. Also try to get into a lot of clubs and extra curr. activities. Do leadership, and help out in the school. Try being class president. Work your butt off.
There is no necessity at all for canceling high school sports. High school athletes and none sports students all benefit from Varsity sports as well a sports played in gymnasiums. Gymnasium sports help build an athlete's body and also, sports at the high school level develops a camaraderie among the student athletes.
it makes them less likely to become fat
Most students go to summer school because they have low test scores or they need help in school in order to pass to the next grade
Homeschooled high school students that need further help/enrichment can enroll in tutoring. Students that get tutored whether needed or not, are proven to get better scores than those who do not get tutored.
Welfare and government aid can help you. You can also earn scholarships from your high school for your talents. Some of these include art, drama, sports, and being intelligent.
Yes! It is a great way to get people involved and it will help you for high school and college! Sports are very fun and entertaining!
Of couse, the two type of kids have diffrences. The kids that play sports are more active, and they have a better bidness. The kids that don't play sports are lazy, and there bidness is weak. That will cause them problems in their bodies when they grow up. 6 Hours/week sports are more than enough for the kids. That will assure you in the future that the kid will grow up healthy.
diesepting a sheep that will help them